Live Reviews

    From the eyes of a festival virgin: Sounds of Spring
    I have never been to a music festival and been to two live shows in my almost twenty years on this planet. There are many reasons for this, one being I grew up in Bundaberg and it’s a cultural wasteland and since moving to Brisbane I am perpetually broke due to being a uni student.
  • Sounds of Spring 2009 Reviewed.
    You’d be forgiven for thinking that 2009’s Sounds of Spring was a government conspiracy to lure all the violent bogans in Brisbane into one concentrated area for scientific observation. Whilst shirtless, ass-grabbing, beer can-hurling jerks are an unfortunate certainty at just about any festival, today it seems like they constitute the vast majority of the crowd
  • Looking for something to do this weekend?
    The only place you need to go to have a good time this weekend is the backyard.
  • Interview with Violent Soho.
    In anticipation of their pending worldwide fame, 4ZZZ chatted to singer and guitarist Luke Boerdam about their travels, signing to Ecstatic Peace and smashing guitars.
  • Felinedown at The Alliance
    Brisbane band Felinedown play The Alliance supported by Fawn.
  • Lior - The Musician and the Puppet
    Lior @ Brisbane Powerhouse - 23 April 2009
  • Birds Of Tokyo at The Arena
    Well, the support acts finished and Tenacious D unexpectedly came through the speakers. Not exactly what I had in mind, but surprisingly it was forgotten when Birds of Tokyo took to the stage to rapturous cheers...